A tooth that is broken, damaged, or in general poor condition can be harmful to your health. Dental crowns are often a solution, not only to restore the tooth’s function but also to boost your comfort and self-confidence.

When our dental health is compromised, it doesn’t just impact our physical well-being but our mental and emotional state as well. A damaged tooth not only poses potential risks to overall oral health but can also dampen one’s self-esteem, leading to hesitation when smiling or even speaking. Optimal dental solutions are not just about fixing the physical; they’re about restoring confidence and ensuring peace of mind.

Dental crowns are almost exactly the way they sound – a crown, or cap, for your tooth. Dental crowns help restore a tooth– resulting in a truly aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Dental Crowns: Reasons for Having Them

  • Tooth that is broken or fractured

  • Badly decayed teeth

  • Cosmetic Benefits

  • Large or Fractured fillings

  • Root canal

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Veneers refer to very thin layers of porcelain or composite material that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth to conceal any defects. They provide a simple, quick, and effective way to improve the appearance of chipped, stained, broken, misaligned, and worn teeth.

They can also be used to close gaps between teeth. They are strong, stain-resistant, and tooth-colored, and can be applied to one or more teeth to provide a uniform shape, shade, and symmetry to your smile.

Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It is attached to the teeth on either side of the space created by the missing tooth (teeth). Unlike a partial denture that comes in and out of the mouth daily, a bridge is cemented so you can comfortably and confidently chew and smile.

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Comfortable and Caring Dental Care for the Whole Family

After Dr Todd retired last month I was thinking of changing to a dentist in my town and close to home. Brighter Smiles called me to schedule an appointment since I was a month past due for my 6 month cleaning. I was too busy to investigate a local dentist and schedule. I am glad I did go ahead and schedule. I love the new owner/dentist. She is super sweet and made time to do my dental work that day. She saved me from taking more time off from work and from worrying about the procedure that needed to be done. Won’t be changing dentists!

Kimberly G., via Google

I was able to schedule an appointment one week out and staff was able to get me seated almost immediately when I arrived. Overall staff was friendly and Dr. Fulton was able to help me with a crown on a cracked tooth. I can’t say it’s always fun going to the dentist, but Bright Smiles Family Dentistry made it easy and conformable for me to get the work I needed to be done. Will be coming here for future dental needs.

Aaron F., via Google

I was a patient of Dr. Todd for years. He was great. Wasn’t sure what the experience would be like with a new dentist. I shouldn’t have worried. The staff stayed the same, and Dan’s replacement was warm and welcoming. The office was a bit quieter without Dan’s booming voice, but the dentistry was solid. I would recommend it to those looking for a new dentist.

Ann V., via Google

Very Friendly, fun to work with. The staff has always made us feel comfortable, the dental experience was easy and the treatment explained. No fears of going to the dentist here.

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